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The Springs At Stone Oak

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Welcome To The Springs at Stone Oak!

Enjoyed by 86 neighbors, our gated community is located on Stone Oak Parkway, just east of Evans Road, in San Antonio's Stone Oak area.  Our neighborhood's developers, Ryland Homes and David Weekly Homes, opened their respective model home in The Springs in 1998, and the neighborhood's 86 homesites were built out by 2002.

 

Current Board of Director/Management actions are provided by clicking HERE.


Homeowners and other residents are strongly encouraged to register your email address with the Springs At Stone Oak HOA by emailing springsatstoneoakhoa@gmail.com. HOA generated e-mails are sent to members on the e-mail list infrequently - typically to announce upcoming HOA Board of Director meetings, as required by State law, or to provide information that is time sensitive.

You can also contact the Board of Directors using that e-mail address with questions or concerns about our neighborhood. 

 

HOA VOLUNTEERS NEEDED!!!

Your HOA eagerly seeks a volunteer to fill the existing vacancy on the Architectural Review Committee (ARC), the only HOA Committee specifically addressed in our CCRs, due to its importance in maintaining the architectural standards of our neighborhood.

The pay for ARC members is low (actually, nonexistent), but the positions require less than 10 hours a year of the members' time.  A description of the ARC member responsibilities are listed in the Contact List under the Our Info tab, or click on here.

Please contact any member on the Board of Directors or the Association Manager if you are interested in serving your community by becoming a member of the ARC.

Other opportunities exist for Springs residents to assist our HOA. Current volunteer vacancies and the description of each are listed in the Contact List under the Our Info tab.

 

Springs Residents:

If you notice anything in our neighborhood's common areas that needs quick attention by the HOA (i.e. gushing water from a broken water sprinkler head; entry or exit gate stuck closed or partially closed, etc.) please contact the Association Manager at

800-998-6721, email contactus@hillcountryhomeowners.com,

or any member of the Board of Directors.  Contact information can be accessed by clicking on here.

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Our HOA Website

Our website includes areas that anyone with Internet access can view, and other restricted areas that contain HOA-specific information. You must be a registered website member to view the "Meet Your Neighbors" section and certain documents - such as HOA Financial Reports and HOA Member and Board Meeting Minutes and Notices - in the "Pages??  & Links" section. Only homeowners and residents of The Springs at Stone Oak will be accepted as members.

To request Membership Access simply click the link under "Membership," on the right side of this page.


Website Questions? Contact the website administrator at springsatstoneoakhoa@gmail.com

Discussions

Springs CCR: Home Offices

QUESTION:  Am I allowed to operate a home office in my residence?   ANSWER:  Yes, as long as the conditions/restrictions detailed in our CCR Article V are complied with: Article V... more
Started: September 2nd, 10:56 AMReplies: 0

Short Term Rentals

From the August 3, 2018 City Council District 9 Newsletter:   Council is back in session and it's great to be back! One of the issues we'll be talking about at length this session is short term... more
Started: August 5th, 09:54 AMReplies: 0

City Permit for Privacy Fence Repair/Replace

The following FYI was posted on the Stone Oak area NextDoor website on July 26, 2018 (note: our Springs HOA CCRs require our wood privacy fences to be 6' in height):     Code Enforcement... more
Started: July 26th, 02:34 PMReplies: 0

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